The Princess and the Apprentice (Queen of Darkness Book 1)

The Princess and the Apprentice Queen of Darkness Book Aldan arrived at the King s castle expecting to apprentice to the King s Mage Before he is able to recover from the journey the castle comes under attack and he is forced into the role of Princess Od

  • Title: The Princess and the Apprentice (Queen of Darkness Book 1)
  • Author: Roland Boykin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Aldan arrived at the King s castle expecting to apprentice to the King s Mage Before he is able to recover from the journey, the castle comes under attack and he is forced into the role of Princess Odessa s protector Along with two guardsmen, they flee the castle through a secret passage where Aldan is confronted by beings and places he d only read about Plagued by AldaAldan arrived at the King s castle expecting to apprentice to the King s Mage Before he is able to recover from the journey, the castle comes under attack and he is forced into the role of Princess Odessa s protector Along with two guardsmen, they flee the castle through a secret passage where Aldan is confronted by beings and places he d only read about Plagued by Aldan s lack of confidence in his abilities, and his confusion over the budding relationship with the Princess, the companions struggle to reach a neighboring kingdom for help With every confrontation, however, Aldan s confidence grows, but Odessa is forced to embrace an ancient source of magic that will isolate her forever Upon reaching their destination, they discover the kingdom is under attack from an ancient evil only they have the power to counter Will Aldan s confidence and Odessa s rare magic be enough to prevail and guarantee the help they need to return home So begins the story of The Queen of Darkness.

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    1. Again this is really a bit lower than what I clicked on. 3.70 but no way I know of at least, of putting in percentages of stars.This is a very good read. Remember it is not a full novel however, and it is part one of a continuing saga. The descriptions are good, the plot flows along as it should, there are twists you might not see coming. The ending is a little quick, which is one reason for a lower start count from me. And to be honest the writing is not great, it could flow better. But it is g [...]

    2. Aldan, a wizard's apprentice, arrives at a castle just ahead of a mage's army that has allied with demons. Given a tome of awesome power, he spirits the princess Odessa and her two guards out of the castle before the invading army can arrive. What follows is a fast paced adventure in a world that's much darker than I expected. Perhaps I should have seen it coming, with a series titled "Queen of Darkness" but the budding romance gave the story a light sort of feeling that belied the dangers that [...]

    3. The style of writing is like Grimm's Fairy Tales or Aesop's Fables. It was enjoyable and imaginative. There is mystery underlying what seems to be fairly simple action and dialog. Magic accomplishes a lot in physical battle, but I enjoyed the battle for hearts and souls of those called to use magic. There seems to be much more story to come and secrets to be revealed. I hope the author will provide that.

    4. This is his first novel and generally is was a delight to listen to while I was traveling. The story is straightforward and the characters are charming.

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